Relationship education is an application for training in personal and business relations. While many have been encouraged to seek help when they are in contact with their relationships, coaching and collaborative training are a positive and effective career that helps practical people achieve their personal and relationship goals and is not substitute or substitute for treatment provided by a Faculty of Medicine who has been trained to treat mental, emotional and psychological problems. While federal coaches can be professionals in communication, art and science training facilitates success for the client without providing advice or "professional opinion."
The term "trainer" has been used for many years by professionals (psychiatrists, psychologists, marriages and family therapists, social workers, etc.). And entrepreneurs in business with a wide range of backgrounds.
The development of personal information / lifelong learning as an approved profession in 1995 with training standards and certification originally established by the International Society Assembly, was a field of communication as a trainee with own vocational training, standards, certification and methodology first developed in 1965.
44% of adults in the United States are individuals and 27% of adults live alone. If this trend continues, soon the majority of westerners will be alone.
Helping one's life and a successful relationship requires understanding that not everyone alone is like most people do not match the stereotype to be lonely and desperate for their relationship.
Here are seven types of simple:
- Temporary Single Active Search for Partnerships and Relationships
- Recently Divorced / Widowed Recovery Damage and Not Ready
- self-esteem wants a relationship but not actively looking for a partner
- Simple but not available identity
- Busy one- absorbed into being one parent, career, school, etc. and does not have the time or the desire to be alone and want permanent relationships. affiliate
- An individual in choice – No desire for a spouse, being one conscious conscious lifestyle choice for many reasons, including –
- "Stay there, do not you want to do it again" 19659018] "Why buy a cow when you can get the milk free?"
- Ascetic or other religious / spiritual reason
- Valid independence more than a few days
- Polyamory / Alternative Lifestyle Non-Cohabitation
- Celibate / asexual
- Financial Reasons  Elderly  Health
Each type of individual has its own unique development goals and challenges that require specialized skills and strategies to train them effectively, advisory methods of other professions.
As with one, not all couples are the same. Here are four types of couples:
- Dating couples: Self-contained as "single" but running, not exclusive relationship. "Friends with Benefits" is one common way to describe these pairs. These couples see their purpose in their relationships as fun and entertainment. Dating couples often seek training when one or both affiliates want to contact their next level.
- Guardian Couples: Both affiliates have decided to quit dating others and become an exclusive couple and cohabitation is common at this stage. No formal or clear long-term commitments have been made. These couples often want commitment and test their relationships in the long run. Prohibited couples often seek training when they encounter a "breach of contract" (also called "claim") that prevent their ability to engage in a long-term relationship without sacrificing something that is important (like whether to have or not children ).
- Before marriage: Both affiliates have decided to commit but have not yet responded to their commitment (marriage, obligations, etc.). Many of these couples are fully aware of the high failure rate of extended communication and seeking training to acquire the skills and practices needed to succeed for a long time.
- Commitments: "Commitment" can be defined as "attitude" (belief) and "fact" (formal, symbolic, and even law). While most couples might think about their relationship as "committed", if they have failed to formulate their commitment, they have an attitude, not the fact of the commitment. Couples who have taken a formal commitment sometimes get divorced to respond to a problem, which can cause confusion, threat and conflict. The vast majority of couples are married or have formed their commitment in any act of any kind. These couples often seek training because they will find a way to solve problems and "live happily ever before."
The family curriculum includes nuclear and families, parents, siblings, family businesses and cohabitation.
Business Relationship Training
Manufacturing companies need effective relationships. Business relationship training can include workplace relationships, such as administrator, peer, business, team and customer, and retailer.
Comparison of Training and Treatment
In short, training is effective and a focused method of collecting the client is functional and fully capable of success, but (psycho) treatment is a skilled and trained physician training and licensing mental, emotional and psychological problems. Training and treatment can improve each other very well. It may be said that training begins as treatment ends and makes training suitable for personal growth measures.